Pandemic-Related Innovations in Oncology Nursing Research: Seeking the Positive

Debra Lynch Kelly

pandemic, oncology nursing, research, COVID-19, technology
ONF 2022, 50(1), 4-5. DOI: 10.1188/23.ONF.4-5

In March 2020, scientists across industry, academic, and healthcare settings were forced to halt their ongoing research studies because of isolation mandates associated with the management of contagion in the COVID-19 pandemic. For many scientists, this unprecedented stoppage continued for many months and not only disrupted preexisting studies but also delayed the development of new work, adversely affecting current and future implementation of their programs of research.

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